Marsch: New U.S. Soccer leadership needs to unify
Lost a bit in the coronavirus suspensions in soccer were comments from Red Bull Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch regarding U.S. Soccer’s recent controversial law filings against the women’s national team.
Then-U.S. Soccer president Cordeiro issued an apology after a court filing disparaged female athletes and called the World Cup champions an inferior squad to the men’s national team.
Marsch was asked his thoughts during a recent interview during a recent interview with Sports Illustrated’s Grant Wahl, and he did not hold back.
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At times it read like a stump speech, so Marsch made sure to note that this wasn’t about how the USMNT was being run by Gregg Berhalter, and that it isn’t about adesire to hold the job.
He just wants to know, like many of us, what the heck is going on?
Marsch mentioned that he wants to see the USSF unite its divided parties, from players and staff to fans and coaches.
“The only chance we have to really tap into our potential is if everybody believes in a common purpose and everybody works together.”
You can read his entire interview with SI here, which also touches on protegee Tyler Adams.